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The Oregon Cartoon Institute and The Late Now present a series of short, interactive presentations about the life and work of Oregon-born genius Harry Everett Smith hosted by Leo Daedalus, Oregon Cartoon Institute’s 2013 artist in residence.
11:00am: Kaveh Askari screens his new 7 minute experimental documentary about Harry Smith’s Bellingham years, followed by a Q&A.
11:30am: Doug Stewart demonstrates the recording technology Harry Smith used as a teenager when he recorded Lummi Indian rituals.
12:00pm: A recreation of selected String Figures from Harry Smith’s collection.
12:30pm: Anne Richardson places Harry Smith within a timeline of Oregon film history.
1:00pm: Joe McMurrian discusses Harry Smith’s curation of his 1952 Anthology Of American Folk Music.
1:30pm: A demonstration and talk by Dennis Nyback about Harry Smith’s performance art approach to his 16mm films.
2:00pm Andrew Ritchey discusses sound as an element in avant-garde film.
2:30pm Leo Daedalus of The Late Now takes on Harry Smith’s unpredictable relationship to the concept of “truth”.
3:00pm The Harry Smith Paper Airplane Invitational — an indoor air Show in honor of Harry Smith’s world class paper airplane collection.
3:30pm: Sacred Harp Singers perform traditional shaped note singing, one of Harry Smith’s obsessions, and invite the audience to sing along.
Event website available here.
Columbia City Theater, Seattle, WA